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Indie Artist Allman Brown Should Be Next On Your List of Music Finds

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

If you were listening close enough last season during an especially emotional moment on NBC’s Parenthood, you may have heard Allman Brown’s beautifully written song Sons and Daughters playing in the background. For...

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O Captain! My Captain! Robin Williams Will Be Missed

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

Robin Williams has meant so much to so many people and we're absolutely gutted by the loss. The news of his death has rolled across the world rapidly, popping up on every news outlet and text message, and it's one that no one was prepared...

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Tales From an Alley: Indie Rock Band The Tontons Talk Self-Releasing & Weary Life On the Road

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

Houston-based indie rock band The Tontons had already been on the road for two months straight by the time we got to them behind Soda Bar in San Diego. With their road-weary tour van stuffed full of blankets and pillows beside us in the alley as a...

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Santa Cruz Shakespeare Festival Rises From the Ashes & Becomes a Model of Independent Festivals

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

Whether you consider yourself a fan or not, you've probably quoted a William Shakespeare play without realizing it—especially if you have ever been tongue-tied, if your car keys vanished into thin air, if you have seen better days, or if...

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Is Outlander Starz's Answer to Game of Thrones? Network Premieres Epic New Series at San Diego Comic-Con

BY : Courtney Driver | 2014

As usual, Comic-Con saw quite a few large unveilings this year, one of which was the highly anticipated new show Outlander. A Starz series, the new adventure was adapted from the first of an eight-book series of the same name, authored by Diana...

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12-Year-Old Child Prodigy Autumn de Forest is Selling Paintings for $25,000

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

It's not uncommon for discerning art collectors to drop thousands on fine art for their walls, but it's not as commonplace for the piece to be by a 12-year-old. Then again, most people would never guess these seemingly Warhol-inspired works...

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Annie Leibovitz's Massive Career Consolidated in $2,500 476-Page Book

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

With a career that's lasted over 40 years, everyone knows Annie Leibovitz by now. The iconic artist was the chief photographer for Rolling Stone, the first contributing photographer for Vanity Fair after its revival, and has been behind some of...

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Official Trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey Finally Gives Us a Peek Inside Christian Grey's Sex Dungeon

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

The first official trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey finally hit the Internet today after premiering on Today, and the world was never the same. The trailer opens with mousy Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) preparing herself to meet the sexually...

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20,000 Days on Earth Investigates Nick Cave's Psyche & Boldly Redefines the Music Documentary Genre

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

There's a scene in 20,000 Days on Earth in which Nick Cave chauffeurs Kylie Minogue around Brighton in a black 1980s Jaguar XJ as she reflects back on having first met him. The front passenger seat is left open for us, the audience, as an...

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Hang Out With Han Solo & Chewbacca By Winning a Role in Star Wars: Episode VII

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

It seems like the newest trend is for hugely anticipated film and television programs to offer fans a chance to win an on-camera role by donating to a good cause—either to fund the project itself or to raise money for charity. Even author...

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Artist Eric Joyner Reimagines The Usual Suspects With Donut-Loving Robots

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BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

Artist Eric Joyner combines two of our favorite things in the world: donuts and robots. His art depicts an alternative outcome of World War II, one in which those little tin toy robots exported from Japan from the 1940s to the 1960s live out their lives among us. Sure, sometimes they try to take over the world (with donut in hand, obviously), but most of the time they just want to bask in the sun and surf with dinosaurs. The Usual Suspects references the 1995 Bryan Singer film of the same name, with robots replacing the infamous cast (including Kevin Spacey and Benicio Del Toro). Fans of The Big Bang Theory may recognize this one as the print hanging above Leonard's bed — Joyner's The Final Blow can also be seen in the living room set. Whether you're a toy collector or just find the sweet combination of robots and desserts endearing, The Usual Suspects (made in a limited run of 100 prints) is a piece of art you need to add to your collection immediately. 

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Visit the Architecture and History of 11 of the World's Most Stunning Opera Houses

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

Whether you're an opera fan, an avid admirer of historical architecture, or just someone who appreciates beauty, there are few buildings more lovely than the opera houses found all over the world. Sure, many are incredibly well known...

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